Former Smallville Star Released on Bail in Sex Trafficking Case

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Allison Mack to be released on $5 million bond in sex trafficking case

- A federal judge granted actress Allison Mack bail while she faces sex trafficking charges in connection with her involvement in a secretive group in upstate NY.

As we reported, the leader of the group, Keith Raniere, was recently slapped with sex trafficking and forced labor conspiracy charges after being arrested in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico and extradited to Fort Worth, Texas.

Judge Viktor Pohorelsky of U.S. District Court in Brooklyn, New York, said Mack would be allowed to travel only for court appearances, attorney meetings and other approved reasons.

Her next court date is May 3.

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It was reported that Mack's belongings were taken from her NY home in a U-Haul truck this weekend.

Allison Mack leaves Federal Court on Tuesday, April 24, 2018, in the Brooklyn borough of NY. "The group, led by mathematician Keith Raniere, offered seminars and courses it claimed would "[help] people realize the potential that exists within them".

The group has been described by at least one former member as a cult, and the details surrounding it have been horrific and disturbing.

As such, the 35-year-old actress was arrested on Friday and charged with sex trafficking, sex trafficking conspiracy, and forced labor in conspiracy in connection with Nxivm. Her defense lawyers previously entered a not-guilty plea on her behalf. He was returned to the United States and has been ordered held without bail.

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Court filings say that in 2015, Raniere, who also went by "Vanguard", created a secret sub-organization with NXIVM called "DOS", an acronym for a Latin phrase that loosely translates to "Lord/Master of the Obedient Female Companions", or "The Vow".

The women in the group were allegedly known as slaves, kept on emaciating diets and sometimes presented to Raniere for sex. They said the society functioned like a pyramid scheme, with "slaves" becoming "masters" by recruiting their own "slaves". Raniere stood alone at the top of the pyramid.

Mack, a longtime NXIVM follower, is accused of being Raniere's co-conspirator, acting as headmistress of the slaves, presiding over their branding ceremonies and collecting the collateral, which she then forwarded to Raniere. Raniere sold himself as a self-improvement guru to the stars.

In his letter, Mr. Raniere says "the sorority"-presumably DOS-isn't part of Nxivm and that he isn't associated with it".

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Other orders included taking ice-cold showers, standing for an hour at 4 a.m. and doing planks, the complaint says.

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